UK PM Could's Brexit deal has reached the top of the street
UK PM Could's Brexit deal has reached the top of the street
Former UKIP party leader Nigel Farage joins the start of the first leg of March to Leave the European Union in Sunderland England Saturday March 1
16 March, 2019, 16:06
Asked if MPs should back Mrs May in next week's vote on her EU Withdrawal Agreement, 57 per cent of Tory voters say they should, with 26 against, a margin of more than two to one in her favour.
Protesters plan to set out Saturday from Sunderland, which is 270 miles (434 kilometers) north of London that voted by 61-39 percent in 2016 to leave the EU. "Now, what happens this morning is that the entire cabinet has accepted the position that parliament voted for last night".
The MP was speaking after a crucial vote in the Commons - which his party did not support - passed a motion to delay Brexit.
The Cheshire MP, who resigned as Work and Pensions Secretary over the deal four months ago, said Leaver MPs will "have to think a different way" when the Prime Minister's European Union divorce returns to the Commons next week.
Farage defended that decision and said as a member of the European Parliament he may have to take part in a vote on whether to approve the Brexit deal. "If it is rejected tonight I hope that it will be put to bed", Johnson told parliament.
Quitting the EU after 46 years on 29 March remains the legal default unless EU leaders unanimously grant Britain an extension, with the issue likely to dominate a 21-22 March EU summit in Brussels.
Using a threat of a lengthy extension to Article 50, she has made clear that her negotiated divorce deal is still on the table and seeks to push rebel lawmakers into supporting it, despite having had it rejected twice - in January by a historic margin, and again earlier this week, on Tuesday.
The Conservative Party was split down the middle as Parliament voted to delay Brexit beyond its scheduled date of 29 March.
Even if the deadline is unanimously agreed, the Prime Minister will still need to get a deal through the Houses of Commons, which is now divided on the matter of the Irish back-stop. But Mrs May's party is still severely split, with more than half voting against the delay.
With less than two weeks before Britain is due to leave the EU, Mrs May seems to be clinging on to her waning authority by a thread after a series of humiliating defeats.
Only a longer delay request that puts "something new on the table: a referendum, an election, some other deal" would be likely to gain European Union approval, Macron's office said.
Amendment G, tabled by Conservative Christopher Chope, advocated a two-month delay to Brexit "for the specific objective of replacing the United Kingdom negotiating team".
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